Work presented in this paper forms part of a wider research in defining a methodological framework for situation room analysis (SRA), and its employment for complex (business enterprise) systems study. More specifically, we investigate the area of multiparty collaboration and decision‐making activities by using the central metaphor of a situation room (SR). The latter term is broadly used in the context of military operations and has specific semantical connotations. These connotations are deliberately exploited in order to propose an analytical scheme based on it, which aims to assist planning initiatives and decision making in a particular application domain. Historically speaking, a SR is considered as the intelligence analysis centre used to stay abreast of the latest intelligence reports and updates. For the purposes of our aim, i.e. the multiparty collaboration and decision‐making activities from within the SRA framework, it is easy to see that the latter should be data‐driven.
Roberts, B. and Koumpis, A. (2004), "A framework for situation room analysis and exploration of its application potential in the information technologies market", Management Decision, Vol. 42 No. 7, pp. 882-891. https://doi.org/10.1108/00251740410550943
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